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Oliver Ross
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Even in french no method is given out. He's only talking about the technical aspects of the illusion, which the audience "can" see during the presentation.
The only thing you can see in the video is the inside of the table, which doesn't mean a lot to the layman.

On the other hand I must agree with Joy Joy concerning the password, but even for an amateur in magic the question for the password was kept too simple in my opinion.

Oliver.
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I don't know if I would use this in a show, but what a way to close a deal with a client in a restaurant setting. Take plenty of advance, but could be well worth the effort for a high profile gig.
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Very nice levitation system. Is there origional website information for sale?
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Oliver Ross
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It says you could use an audience member to make him / her levitate...

I always wondered if this isn't a little bit too risky ?

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On 2009-09-23 21:57, hboy wrote:
Very nice levitation system. Is there original website information for sale?
HBOY


http://www.Spontus360.com
>For English Click Here<
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It looks like a modified Yogano barstool levitation to me.
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Hmmm... seem to be having a problem with the magi-only version of the video. I get a little icon that says, "click here to download plug-in," but nothing happens, even after re-downloading it. Any thoughts?

Never mind. Took care of it. Smile
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I've seen the illusion in Blackpool and wauw this was cool! I want to buy one but I wonder if anyone did buy it allready and likes the audience reactions on it. I was told its not as dangerous as the yogana chair (there happened some accidents with skin between the gimick and the chair). Or are there bether audience levitations on the market today?
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YES!!!,Lou Hilario absolutely agree with you,the same principle,the same method,may with barstool even better!
Arepsi
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Yes,

I saw this at Blackpool too, very cool. Unfortunately the guy is so busy to make the deals. I contacted him, but he never contacted back.

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I was in contact a lot this gentleman and when I wanted to buy he said to wait he had improvements. However I had difficulty in getting him to respond. So in turn I was fearful due to his non response to send him $6k
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Any honest review?
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Oliver Ross
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I can't give you a complete review, since I don't own the effect (not yet, lol), but I saw it in action on stage with an audience member (no stooge) and it looked great and impressif.

Since I worked in the show where they presented the effect, I had a chance to see it backstage nearly in all details. It is sturdy, easy to break down and to build up and it really fits on your backseat of the car.

You even could adapt it to present a Yogano style chair levitation.

The audience reaction in the show was great, and it's for sure a showstopper. So I'm really thinking about buying one. My wife has seen the video on youtube and she was impressed. So this might help in the money negociation...lol

Hope this helps a bit.

Oliver.
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Thanks Oliver!
; )
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Hi Guys !

Honnestly, what you see is what you get Smile

I think today the Spontus 360 is one of the best Levitation in the world you can use in commando situation.

We will show it in the next French Congress in September and we will be in Blackpool next year.

Soon we will try to put reviews on the website.

See you Smile
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Hello and greetings from Finland!

First I noticed this illusion at 2010 and it seemed very compact. Last year, at beginning of 2011 I met Olivier Guernion at Blackpool and I saw this levitation at the booth and it was amazing. I managed to made my second transfer at new year and I received this illusion 13th of January. It's very compact, I usually keep it in one piece, so there's no assembly required. It fits at back of my Verso and now we have had a couple of chances to perform this illusion. All I have to say:

This is one of the very best investments in magic I've made. This is very visual and this can be done in most events, because this is so visual and portable. I can carry it by myself and it's very lightweight. Casters on the table are very good and those help a lot. My colleague compared the noise to Yogano and this is quieter. The music from phone, approx 10-15 % volume will cover the noise of the levitation, so basically there's no noise at all. The programming is very easy and you can use three different speeds.

If you're looking for levitation, I highly recommend Spontus 360, because this is very practical. You'll get what you pay for.

In general, most venues are stages filled with band equipment and monitors at front of the stage. With Spontus there's no issue with visibility, because everybody can see the levitation, because this happens over the table. We also perform Konundrum Kube, which is great illusion, but sometimes there are monitor or flowers on front edge of the stage, which will block view under the KK. Spontus is high enough so people will see the assistant on top of the tabletop.

Sometimes there's no stage and people are at same level, but Spontus is high enough, so it can be seen.

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Lou Hilario
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Do you need a jacket to perform this?
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Arepsi
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Yep, also jeans and socks. T-shirt and button shirt combination is also ok. Don't forget shoes. Just study the principle and then you can use any method to cover up the secret gimmick. Visit http://www.spontus360.com and watch both videos.
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I saw this at FISM and loved it. It's definately on my wish list!
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So do you have to rap the table cloth around your volunteer? Reminds me of the Chair Suspension except Spontus360 looks way more awsome!
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